Analytical Method of Active Ingredient in Glue-Line-Treated Plywood
Keywords:Plywood, analytical method, extraction, toluene, formic acid
AbstractA rather efficient method for quantitative analysis of the active ingredient in a glue-line-treated plywood was found by using formic acid and toluene in combination as the extraction solvents. A recovery rate of more than 95% was achieved.
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